Insurer American International Group is expected to announce a settlement with federal and state regulators requiring the company to pay $1.6 billion in order to settle charges covering a range of regulatory issues, according to reports.

The Securities and Exchange Commission and New York Attorney General's Office have been looking into violations that include improper accounting at AIG, along with bid-rigging and missed payments to state workers' compensation funds.

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